Lisa Morgan


Trainee Solicitor

Lisa Morgan

Trainee Solicitor

Lisa completed her law degree in 2011 and subsequently worked in the criminal justice system and with those with hearing disabilities. Lisa started as a family paralegal with the firm in 2013, where she gained direct experience of dealing with a complex workload.

Following completion of her Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Lisa started her role as a trainee solicitor in September 2016. She has completed placements within our Family, and Debt Recovery teams. More recently, she completed a placement within the Wills & Probate team, predominantly dealing with Wills, Probate, Enduring / Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection matters. This is the area of law she hopes to return to once she is fully qualified. Lisa is currently taking a seat in our Conveyancing Department for the final leg of her training.

Lisa has a passion for working in the community having previously volunteered at Survive, a local charity offering support and advice to victims of domestic abuse, and more recently trained as a ‘Dementia Champion’, having attended the training by the Alzheimer’s Society. On becoming a ‘Dementia Champion’, Lisa says:

“Raising awareness and supporting those with dementia in the community is important. The disease is close to my heart as my grandmother had vascular dementia and so I have seen first hand the effect of the disease on the person. Following the training, I have a better understanding of dementia and how I can support clients who are living with the condition in making their experience with us accessible and easier.”

Lisa is also assisting the firm in becoming a dementia-friendly law firm and will roll out the information sessions in-house to new members of staff as part of their induction, as well as to the wider community.